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Enemies of Rome

by Iain Ferris

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  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Sutton Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Classical Greek & Roman archaeology,
  • European history: BCE to c 500 CE,
  • History of art: BCE to c 500 CE, ancient & classical world,
  • History of specific racial & ethnic groups,
  • Indigenous peoples,
  • Social history,
  • BCE to c 500 CE,
  • History,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • History: World,
  • Ancient Rome,
  • Ancient - Rome,
  • History - Ancient & Classical,
  • Sculpture,
  • Asia - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9827778M
    ISBN 100750919086
    ISBN 109780750919081

    Book Overview. "Matyszak writes clearly and engagingly nicely produced, with ample maps and illustrations." -- Classical Outlook This engrossing book looks at the growth and eventual demise of Rome from the viewpoint of the peoples who fought against it. Here is the reality behind such legends as Spartacus the gladiator, as well as the thrilling tales of Hannibal, the great Boudicca, the rebel leader . The Roman Mysteries is a series of historical novels for children by Caroline first book, The Thieves of Ostia, was published in , finishing with The Man from Pomegranate Street, published in , and 17 more novels were planned, plus a number of "mini-mysteries", spin offs and companion titles. The books take place in the ancient time period Roman Empire during the reign of.

    Getting Started Bronze Age Iron Age (Near East) Romans Enemies of Rome Aegean States The Dark Ages Years War War of the Roses Main The Enemies of Rome: From Hannibal to Attila the Hun Due to the technical work on the site downloading books (as well as file conversion and sending books to email/kindle) may be unstable from May, 27 to May, 28 Also, for users who have an active donation now, we will extend the donation period.

    His book tells the story of the growth and eventual demise of Rome from the perspective of those who fought against it. He argues that many of Rome’s enemies, such as the Celts and Dracians, were developing their own civilisations before being wiped out by the Romans. And had Rome not crushed its rival powers, contends Matyszak, the Dark Ages.   The Enemies of Rome: The Barbarian Rebellion Against the Roman Empire by Stephen Kershaw PhD book review. Click to read the full review of The Enemies of Rome: The Barbarian Rebellion Against the Roman Empire in New York Journal of Books. Review written by Jerry Lenaburg.


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The Enemies of Rome: The Barbarian Rebellion Against the Roman Empire. Hardcover – January 7, by Stephen Kershaw (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions.

Price. New from. Used from/5(3). A fresh and vivid narrative history of the Roman Empire from the point of view of the “barbarian” enemies of Rome. History is written by the victors, and Rome had some very eloquent historians. Those the Romans regarded as barbarians left few records of their own, but they had a tremendous impact on the Roman ed on: Janu   _The Enemies of Rome_ by Philip Matyszak has as a stated premise the idea that Rome did too good a job of becoming the dominant power in the Mediterranean region.

It was not enough that Rome became at the time the major civilization in Europe; it became essentially the 4/5(18). Enemies of Rome: Barbarians Through Roman Eyes.

The artists of Ancient Rome portrayed the barbarian enemies of the empire in sculpture, reliefs, metalwork and Enemies of Rome book. Enemies of Rome shows how the study of these images can reveal a great deal about the barbarians, as well as Roman art and the Romans view of themselves.3/5(3).

Rome's history follows Enemies of Rome book remarkable trajectory from its origins as a tiny village of refugees from a conflict zone to a dominant superpower. But throughout this history, Rome faced significant resistance and rebellion from peoples whom it regarded as barbarians: Ostrogoths, Visigoths, Goths, Vandals, Huns, Picts and Scots/5(7).

_The Enemies of Rome_ by Philip Matyszak has as a stated premise the idea that Rome did too good a job of becoming the dominant power in the Mediterranean region. It was not enough that Rome became at the time the major civilization in Europe; it became essentially the only civilization in Europe/5.

A fresh and vivid narrative history of the Roman Empire from the point of view of the “barbarian” enemies of y is written by Our Stores Are OpenBook AnnexMembershipEducatorsGift CardsStores & EventsHelp AllBooksebooksNOOKTextbooksNewsstandTeensKidsToysGames & CollectiblesGift, Home & Author: Stephen Kershaw.

Each chapter covers one of Rome’s major adversaries. The list of characters includes many of the best-known names in ancient history—Hannibal, Spartacus, Cleopatra, and Attila the Hun—along with others many readers will probably encounter for the first : Stephen P. Kershaw.

Rome wasn't built in a day, but now you and your friends can in 2 hours. Using cards you lead your legions across the Roman world dealing with uprisings among the tribes and conquered areas. Do you move your legions or the enemies of Rome. You must make the decision of which card in your hand to play.

As you play conquer new areas togain glory as a leader of Rome's legions. The Armies and Enemies of Imperial Rome spans the period from BC to AD and describes the forces of the later Roman Republic and the Byzantine wars /5(4).

The book illustrates how Celts and Germanic tribes were constantly portrayed as savage beasts being either killed in battle, chained up, or killed in executions.

The book contrasts the latter with the stereotypical depiction of Parthians as being effeminates and whose despotic culture of sycophancy was perceived as a menace to by: It’s got to be difficult keeping up the interest let alone standard when you’re at number five in a series.

However, in the safe hand of Gaius Valerius Verrens and the equally safe hands of Douglas Jackson, Enemy of Rome is a really excellent book, with a story full of colour, vitality, action, drama, suspense/5.

Examines the military organization, armour, weapons, and military campaigns of Rome's strongest enemies, including the Etruscans, the Celts, and the Carthaginians led by Hannibal/5.

The Enemies of Rome by Philip Matyszak Book Review by docoflove * As this book has been previously reviewed by an esteemed colleague who is quite knowledgeable of the military history of Rome, I will not approach the book from the same vantage point.

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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : It’s a little bit dry and dense but it’s a treasure trove of information on enemies and nonconformists in Rome, people who defy Roman law and order, and it’s impossible to find all this stuff in any other single book.

The book is about a special, very broad class of enemies within the empire, people that Romans called latrones. The term. This engrossing book looks at the growth and eventual demise of Rome from the viewpoint of the peoples who fought against it. Here is the reality behind such legends as Spartacus the gladiator, as well as the thrilling tales of Hannibal, the great Boudicca, the rebel leader and Mithridates, the connoisseur of poisons, among many others.5/5(1).

The dust jacket illustration of the U.S. edition of Stephen Kershaw’s new book “The Enemies of Rome: The Barbarian Rebellion Against the Roman Empire” –. Coverage of Rome's enemies includes Gallic, British, Pictish, Scots/Irish, German, Dacian, Sarmatian, Frankish, Saxon, Vandal, Visigothic, Ostrogothic, Hunnic, Pontic, Parthian, Armenian, Jewish, Palmyran, Sassanid and Blemye armies.

Since this book presents 17 enemies of Rome, the bibliography should follow the same pattern: there should be 17 sections with 2 or 3 titles for each of the 17 enemies. (2) According to the map of the Roman Empire (on pages ) Mithridates was born in s:. A fresh and vivid narrative history of the Roman Empire from the point of view of the “barbarian” enemies of Rome.

History is written by the victors, and Rome had some very eloquent historians. Those the Romans regarded as barbarians left few records of their own, but they had a tremendous impact on the Roman : Pegasus Books.The Paperback of the Armies and Enemies of Imperial Rome by Phil Barker at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience.The artists of Ancient Rome portrayed the barbarian enemies of the empire in sculpture, reliefs, metalwork and jewellery.

Enemies of Rome shows how the study of these images can reveal a great deal about the barbarians, as well as Roman art and the Romans view of : The History Press.